Dozens of protesting students today clashed with security forces in Handwara town in north and Pulwama in south Kashmir.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked all Chief Ministers to stay in touch with the Kashmiri youth in their states and take care of their interests.
Union Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday asked all states to ensure safety of Kashmiris living in different parts of the country.
A bunch of Kashmiri students of Mewar University clashed with locals in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh on Wednesday after they were allegedly taunted as “stone-pelters”.
Srinagar: Around 1,500 non-local engineering students of the National Institute of Technology (NIT)-Srinagar on Tuesday vacated their hostel rooms and left for their homes. The students said they were asked by the authorities to appear
Srinagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday called for legal action against NGOs allegedly involved in duping Kashmiri students enrolled in various colleges under the PM's Special Scholarship Scheme.State Chief Secretary Iqbal Khandey briefed the Prime
Ghaziabad: Students from Kashmir in a local educational institute here complained that they were beaten up and ragged by seniors while the institute's authorities did not initiate any action against any accused students despite several
Meerut: 10 Kashmiri students caught in a row over cheering for the Pakistani cricket team have been expelled by a private university here after they were found guilty of misconduct and damaging property while the
Noida/Srinagar: Three Kashmiri students from a private university in Greater Noida have alleged that fellow students misbehaved with them and forced them to shout anti-Pakistan slogans, drawing a sharp reaction from the Jammu and Kashmir
Greater Noida: Three Kashmiri students were allegedly beaten up in Greater Noida for not saying Bharat Mata ki jai and raise anti-Pakistan slogans. The incident happened on Saturday night in Sector Pi here, where various
New Delhi: Reacting strongly to Pakistan inviting 60 Kashmiri students in Uttar Pradesh who were slapped with sedition, India yesterday said that country should not muddle into affairs of other countries. “They should look into
Meerut/Srinagar: The Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday night withdrew sedition charges levelled against 66 Kahsmiri students of Swami Vivekananda Subharati University, Meerut, for cheering the Pakistani cricket team during its match against India in the
New Delhi: Sixty-seven Kashmiri students have been suspended by a Meerut university for allegedly cheering Pakistan during the India-Pak match at the Asia Cup on Sunday. The students have also been asked to return to
Srinagar, May 14: A Kashmiri student has became the first girl editor of a global children's newspaper 'The Peace Gong' released in New Delhi, an official statement said yesterday."Iflah Qureshi, a Kashmiri student, became the